Cycling the Trans Canada Trail with Edmund Aunger

Update: On November 1, 2017, Pam Damoff (MP Oakville North-Burlington) presented Petition e-957 in the House of Commons, calling for the adoption of a Trans Canada Trail Act that will set minimum standards for safety and quality, and ensure that … Continue reading

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Spotted: Autumnal views

View from the William G. Davis Trail in Trillium Park at sunrise What: Autumn finally arrives in Toronto. Where: Richmond Street bike lane and the William G. Davis Trail in Trillium Park. Why we think it’s dandy: Changing colours and fallen leaves on … Continue reading

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A Do-Able Danforth

Image by &Co. architects from our spring 2010 issue. A Do-able Danforth A safer route for cyclists means a stronger community By Steve Brearton ~This story originally appeared in our spring 2010 issue. You can buy it here.~

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The Danforth Stripes Back

  The Danforth Stripes Back  by Jake Allderdice, from issue 6 Talk to someone from Canada’s east or west coast about the hills in Toronto, and you’re likely to get a raised eyebrow in response. Fact is, we’re pretty lucky … Continue reading

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